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Ignored Independents - Three Fingers

Ignored Independents - Three Fingers

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 21, 2006

Three Fingers Written and Illustrated by Rich Koslowski Top Shelf, 2002 Review by Lord Simian Always remember: This all began with a dream, and a mouse. - Walt Disney Yes, I know. This is the second review the Lord of the Monkeys has written for this site, and it is the second book by Rich Koslowski I’ve done. No, I [...]

Review: Union Jack #3

Review: Union Jack #3

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 20, 2006

Title: Union Jack #3 Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Mike Perkins Publisher: Marvel Reviewed by Trachman and john lewis john lewis: Union Jack defeats the Corrupter, the nekkid Ecstasy, and his Corrupter-controlled partners Sabra, Valentina DeFontaine, and the new Arabian Knight while making it look incredibly easy as him and his partners jump out of the frying pan and into the [...]

Review: Batman #658

Review: Batman #658

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 13, 2006

Title: Batman #658 Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Andy Kubert Publisher: DC Reviewed by the Review Bitches, Tony (DeadFett) Mourlot and Trachman Tony (DeadFett) Mourlot: This issue brings the conclusion of Grant Morrison’s and Andy Kubert’s arc of Batman and Son. In this arc, they introduced us to Batman’s son who was concieved with Talia Al-Guhl during the Son of the [...]

Review: Wolverine: Origins #8

Review: Wolverine: Origins #8

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 12, 2006

Title: Wolverine: Origins #8 Writer: Daniel Way Artist: Steve Dillon Publisher: Marvel Reviewed by the Review Bitches (Tony (DeadFett) Mourlot and Trachman) Tony (DeadFett) Mourlot: With each issue of Wolverine: Origins I have hope it improves. I like the character and was excited when the series was announced. So far, the book has been plagued by bad pacing and revelations [...]

Ignored Independents - The Amazing Screw-On Head

Ignored Independents - The Amazing Screw-On Head

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 8, 2006

The Amazing Screw-On Head Written and Illustrated by Mike Mignola Dark Horse Comics, 2002 Review by L’Indépendant The Amazing Screw-On Head first came to my attention earlier this year as the Sci-Fi Channel had the first episode free on its web site for people to rate – a clever way of marketing and of measuring demand. The episode featured [...]

Post-Civil War spoiler

Post-Civil War spoiler

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 7, 2006

If you’d like to see a possible spoiler image from the Post-Civil War world, see below. We’ve not included it in the original post for those that would like not to see it until the Marvel solicitations hit. Some doubt its authenticity, as Marvel has been known to ask readers to look one way in [...]

Review: Justice League of America #3

Review: Justice League of America #3

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on November 5, 2006

Title: Justice League of America #3 Writer: Brad Meltzer Artist: Ed Benes Publisher: DC Reviewed by Tony “DeadFett” Mourlot and Trachman Tony “DeadFett” Mourlot: This issue is the third part of the introductory arc, The Tornado’s Path, of Justice League of America. Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are voting on who they feel should be a part of the new [...]

Review: The Fountain GN

Review: The Fountain GN

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 29, 2006

The Fountain GN Written by Darren Aronofsky Illustrated by Kent Williams DC/Vertigo Reviewed by L’Indépendant The Fountain is an upcoming movie from director Darren Aronofsky of

Review: New Avengers #24

Review: New Avengers #24

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 29, 2006

Title: New Avengers #24 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Pasqual Ferry Publisher: Marvel Tony Mourlet (DeadFett): This issue of New Avengers featured the Sentry dwelling on the events of Civil War. He decides to visit the Moon to clear his head and figure out where he stands in the conflict. What were your thoughts on this issue, Trachman?  Trachman: Bendis-talking, [...]

Blankets, From Hell, and Lost Girls New Printings

Blankets, From Hell, and Lost Girls New Printings

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 29, 2006

Press Release By some cosmic miracle, we’ve been able to — even if only for the briefest moment! — afford to have LOST GIRLS, BLANKETS, FROM HELL & THE ALL-NEW FROM HELL (HARDCOVER) all in print at the same time. To celebrate (and to pay off the printing bills), thru November 8th we’re offering a few [...]

Review: Action Comics #844

Review: Action Comics #844

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 27, 2006

Title: Action Comics #844 Writers: Geoff Johns and Richard Donner Artist: Adam Kubert Publisher: DC Reviewed by Tony Mourlot (DeadFett) and L’Indépendant Tony Mourlot (DeadFett): I had been looking forward to this ever since it was announced. Donner’s vision in Superman: The Motion Picture set the standard to which comic book movies are measured. The story opens with Superman in [...]

Musicality in Comics

Musicality in Comics

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 25, 2006

By Keb Ellis Forgive me if you read my MOG page, but the Outhouse needs to know about this: http://mog.com/KebStarr/blog_post/15651 Or to paraphrase I basically outline Local, and the soundtracks in the back of what writer Brian Wood and artist Ryan Kelly listen to while creating it. I also talk about my failed attempts to soundtrack various comics, [...]

Review - Wolverine #47

Review - Wolverine #47

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 25, 2006

Title: Wolverine #47 Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Humberto Ramos Publisher: Marvel DeadFett: Trachman and I will be reviewing Wolverine #47. This is the final part of Wolverine’s tie in with Civil War. How did you feel about the way Guggenhiem and wrapped it up, Trachman? Trachman: I liked the way everything was wrapped up. The Sentry battle and dialogue gave [...]

Ignored Independents - “Kampung Boy”

Ignored Independents - “Kampung Boy”

By Outhouse Staff in Reviews on October 24, 2006

Kampung Boy Written and Illustrated by Lat :01 (First Second Books) Review by L’Indépendant Kampung Boy is the story of Mat, a young boy growing up in a village (kampung) in Malaysia. Lat describes Mat’s childhood as a child growing up in the predominantly Muslim country, and the education and social norms that accompany that. He paints the [...]

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